7 Lessons from my First Triathlon

{looking rather relaxed before the fact…} Yesterday, I completed my first ever triathlon. I was at rather less than full fitness, having been laid up for most of the last 3 weeks with a back injury, but on the day I felt great, and wasn’t going to let my lack of training over the last few weeks get me down.… Read more →

Why We Fear Death. And Why We Should.

My grandfather died today. He was almost 94 years old, and had been slowly slipping away from us for years – dementia was taking its toll. He had a good life – the sort of life any human being would be content with and proud of. He helped America win WWII. He taught typing. He taught at and helped run… Read more →